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New findings reveal that the NYPD violated human rights laws during peaceful protest

 This particular police crackdown has become known as one of the most aggressive examples of their interference in Black Lives Matter marches in New York City.


LaGuardia AirTrain construction will help unions, but could harm local residents

The construction could interfere with an ongoing environmental remediation and a community redevelopment project to revive Willets Point by building new affordable living.

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Trump voters unfazed by morality of Trump’s Covid response

On March 19th, Trump admitted to Woodward that he wanted to downplay the risk of the virus because he didn’t want to cause a panic.

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West Village staple, Caffe Reggio, remains open for outdoor dining in the wake of coronavirus restrictions 

The neighborhood staple enters a new era as it adapts to coronavirus restrictions and stretches into the street for out-door dining; a sign that the hustle and bustle of Greenwich Village life is far from over.


Film and theater industries pivot towards diversity

Initiatives like BFRJ and the Academy’s industry access guidelines seek to increase access for marginalized groups and reconstruct the historically white/male system of power at the heart of Hollywood and Broadway, by providing more training and growth opportunities for people of color.

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California School District Parents and Teachers Clash About Return to School

Some staff members have already returned to campus. During this time, a number of staff members have contracted COVID.